Holland and the Canadians

For almost the entirety of World War Two, Holland was under occupation by Nazi Germany. Due to their much smaller army, the Dutch were quickly overpowered by the Germans. As an ally of the Netherlands, Canada was heavily involved in the liberation of Holland from Nazi control, as well as during the reconstruction period by providing financial aid and physical resources.

This book attempts to commemorate the achievements of the Canadian army and to strengthen the relationship between the two nations.

Norman Phillips, Holland and the Canadians, (Amsterdam, n.d.)
Book. Various.
Ley and Lois Smith War, Memory, and Popular Culture Research Collection - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
Second World War